Frantastic Voyage (Franny K. Stein, Mad Scientist)
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Franny's faithful lab assistant, Igor, has swallowed a doomsday device that is ready to go off at any moment! For any regular scientist, there is only one way to get the device out -- um...make that two ways.
But Franny K. Stein is no ordinary scientist, so she concocts her own way to get the device back and save her friend. With her miniaturization machine, Franny shrinks herself to the size of a pin and goes on a field trip like no other...through the body of a ticking time-dog! Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy ride!
movie?” Franny began to shout. “A movie?! Do you have any idea the danger you put us all in because you saw some people in rubber alien costumes? I was even getting ready to activate the Doomsday De—” Franny stopped yelling in mid-sentence. She pointed at the table. “Where’s the Doomsday Device? I set it on the table, right there next to your plate of grapes.” Igor shrugged his shoulders and tried to smile the kind of smile you smile when you know you’ve done something wrong, but you’re hoping
that nobody can tell. Franny knew that smile. She had used it herself many times. Franny grabbed Igor and set him down in front of her X-ray machine. She could see the Doomsday Device in his stomach. “I knew it! You ate it! You couldn’t even take your eyes off the TV long enough to make sure that you were eating a grape and not a bomb!” She quickly pulled her stethoscope from a drawer and listened to his stomach. She heard it ticking. You activated it! You must have bitten down on the button
Street. Everything about the house was bright and cheery. Everything, that is, except the upstairs bedroom with the tiny round window. Behind this window was Franny’s room, which was also her laboratory. Even for a mad scientist, Franny’s lab was unusual. Her experiments and inventions were far beyond those of your average, everyday mad scientist. In fact Franny’s work was so complicated that she found she could not do it alone. She had a lab assistant named Igor. Well, he wasn’t a pure lab.
thirstier,” she said. And Igor ran out of the room. He returned a moment later wearing running shoes and a number on his chest. “No, no, no!” Franny yelled. And she changed the channels until she found a movie about some people lost in the desert. “Look how thirsty they look! This will get to him.” Igor ran out of the room and returned with sunscreen and a map of the desert. “No! No! No!” Franny yelled, and she changed the channels until she found a science show about the sun. “The surface
settings and it pulled Franny’s face right off. Luckily Franny was pretty good at emergency surgery and managed to get her face reattached without too much trouble. Igor could be a real pest sometimes, and Franny’s upcoming project was going to be so dangerous that she just could not risk Igor messing things up. Franny knew that there were people who handled pests every day; pests like scorpions, termites, and the very worst of all: her brother. CHAPTER THREE MOM KNOWS PEST Franny could